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My R/T's first "field trip" or enjoying the back roads of the Texas Hill Country

My wife and I take an annual trip to the Texas Hill Coutry for our anniversary. It's about a 4 hour drive and we take the back roads to just enjoy the experience, hit a few antique stores and such.

This year we took my new R/T Classic . . . . what a joy to to drive down the winding, hilly roads of this area. Got her up to 120 a couple of times, cruised at 100 and she took the zig zags without a hitch. In fact I told my wife that my new favorite road sign is the "zig zag curve warning"!

anyway, just wanted to share my experience . . . . other than cleaning the bugs off the front it was a great!
 

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Yeah buddy! That's what they are made for right there!

Damn the suicidal bugs and drive it!
 

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yeah, been doing that Hill Country cruise for about 6 years in all of my vehicles.

those winding roads are awesome.

what route did you take - there are so many of them.
 

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yeah, been doing that Hill Country cruise for about 6 years in all of my vehicles.

those winding roads are awesome.

what route did you take - there are so many of them.
We usually take the standard 174-67-281-290 route
but this time I stayed on 174 through meridan then took 22 to hamilton and wound up on fm2005, i was using the gps in the car so it was a little "lets try this". anyway we hit hwy 16 in goldthwaite adn took it all the way to fm965 whihc goes by enchanted rock and turns into main st. it was a fun drive.
 
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